Jussie Smollett Indicted Again One Year After Alleged Attack

Jussie Smollett appears to be facing more legal troubles. The Empire star was indicted by special prosecutor Dan Webb on Tuesday in Chicago, the Cook County Clerk’s Office confirmed via local ABC outlets. This legal update is in connection to Smollett’s alleged attack in the city one year ago. According to …

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£30 compensation scheme for energy switching mistakes extended

Energy customers who experience delays or mistakes when switching suppliers will automatically be entitled to £30 compensation from 1 May. Regulator Ofgem said it would offer protection to gas and electricity users and boost confidence in the switching process – helping to enable competition. The new rules will cover customers …

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Why the City’s post-Brexit future presents a dilemma for ministers

Ever since the UK voted to leave the EU, most discussions around the country’s future trading relationship with the bloc has focused mainly on ‘tangibles’, like manufactured goods. The UK’s biggest single export earner, financial services, has by contrast been ignored. That may be because Theresa May’s government calculated that …

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